Dr. Udo Ariwodo, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, House Call Nurse Practitioner at United Healthcare, has been chosen to join the Nursing Board at the American Health Council for her expertise in Assessment Skill, Research, and Nursing.
With two decades of experience in the field of nursing, Dr. Ariwodo brings new insights from her role at United Healthcare, the largest single health carrier in the US. United Healthcare focuses on the delivery of quality care and improvement with an investment in research and development. As a House Call Nurse Practitioner, Dr. Ariwodo educates patients about their medications, health promotion, disease prevention and management. She also conducts home health assessments for patients with chronic diseases and psychiatric conditions.
Dr. Ariwodo’s nursing background includes a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Winston-Salem State University and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Grand Canyon University. She is also certified as an advanced practice registered nurse and a certified family nurse practitioner. She is currently a member of the American Nurses Association and American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
To learn more about Dr. Ariwodo and the American Health Council, visit here.
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